Mohammad Hafeez Retirement at the age of 41

Pakistan Allrounder Mohammad Hafeez Retires From International Cricket: Pakistan’s senior all-rounder player Mohammad Hafeez has announced his retirement from international cricket. The 41-year-old all-rounder represented his country in 55 Tests, 218 ODIs and 119 T20 Internationals in his 18-year international career. He was part of the team in the recent T20 World Cup. Pakistan travelled to the semi-finals in this tournament, where they had to face defeat against Australia in the last moments.

Pakistan Cricket Board and ICC have shared this information on their respective Twitter. The PCB in its tweet has thanked Hafeez for the contribution made by him. According to media reports, Hafeez is only retiring from international cricket. He will continue to play in the ongoing league cricket around the world. He is also called the Professor of Cricket in Pakistan as well as around the world.

Hafeez announced his retirement from Test cricket in 2018 and his career spanned almost two decades. He made his international debut in the year 2003 with ODI cricket against Zimbabwe. After this, in the same year, he also got a chance to make his Test debut against Bangladesh. This all-rounder played 392 international matches for Pakistan in which he scored 12,789 runs and took 253 wickets.

Hafeez represented his country in three ODI World Cups and six T20 World Cups. His last match was the semi-final of the T20 World Cup in November, in which Pakistan lost to Australia.

During his successful career, he has adjudged the player of the match 32 times and is one of the most successful Pakistani players to have won the Player of the Match award, behind Shahid Afridi (43), Wasim Akram (39) and Inzamam-ul-Haq (33). are in fourth place. Apart from this, he has been voted the best player in the series 9 times.